- ARCP 11: Gender and Sexuality

ARCP 11

 

 

 

 

This Annual Review of Critical Psychology 11 with a focus on gender and sexuality is formed by a number of articles on diverse themes and theoretical perspectives. This diversity is seen in relation to the themes, approaches and also from papers from different geographical locations (and in different languages). This broad scope allowed for a plethora of perspectives, also pointing to the importance of intersectional work for critical perspectives, hence, the papers considered key social categories in their analysis, such as gender, sexuality, class, race, age and disability, and many of them accounted for intersections of social categories in their analysis.

 

Contents of ARCP 11

 

Editorial
Ilana Mountian, Jemma Tosh, Marco Aurélio Máximo Prado and Suryia Nayak

 

Towards a situated approach to sex/gender identities
Antar Martínez-Guzmán, Marisela Montenegro and Joan Pujol – EN

 

Consideraciones para un abordaje situado de las identidades de sexo/género
Antar Martínez-Guzmán, Marisela Montenegro and Joan Pujol – ES

 

Troubling humanity: towards a queer feminist critical psychology
João Manuel de Oliveira, Carlos Goncalves da Costa and Nuno Santos Carneiro – EN

 

Problematizando a humanidade: Para uma Psicologia Crítica Feminista Queer
João Manuel de Oliveira, Carlos Goncalves da Costa and Nuno Santos Carneiro – PT

 

The Governance of Gender Non-Conforming Children: A Dangerous Enclosure
Jake Pyne – EN

 

Touching Race Through Play: Sadomasochism, Phenomenology, and the Intertwining of Race and Sexuality
Ada Demaj – EN

 

Subjectivation and the Law: Bodily Desire Between Normalization and Subversion
Sonja Buckel and Julia König – EN

 

Far beyond the rainbow. The constitution of collective identities between civil society and the state
Marco Aurélio Máximo Prado and Frederico Viana Machado – EN

 

Muito além do arco-íris. A constituição de identidades coletivas entre a sociedade civil e o estado
Marco Aurélio Máximo Prado and Frederico Viana Machado – PT

 

Pedagogy of the closet: heterosexism and gender surveillance on Brazilian everyday school life
Rogério Diniz Junqueira – EN

 

A Pedagogia do Armário: heterossexismo e vigilância de gênero no cotidiano escolar brasileiro
Rogério Diniz Junqueira – PT

 

Performances of a contested body: homo/eroticism and ageing
Fernando Altair Pocahy – EN

 

Performances de um corpo contestado: homo/erotismo e envelhecimento
Fernando Pocahy – PT

 

Legislating (lesbian) sexuality: colonial law and post-colonial impact
Dyuti Ailawadi – pronto – EN

 

The idealized family and discourses about same-sex parenting
Miriam Debieux Rosa and Michele Kamers – EN

 

A família idealizada e os discursos sobre a Homoparentalidade
Miriam Debieux Rosa and Michele Kamers – PT

 

The political scope of travestilities: On the transgressive potential of travestis
Julieta Vartabedian – EN

 

El alcance político de las travestilidades: acerca del potencial transgresor de las travestis
Julieta Vartabedian – ES

 

On high heels: intertwinings between the art of travestility, becoming-drag queen and self-affirmation
Aureliano Lopes and Anna Paula Uziel – EN

 

Chest Surgeries of a Different ‘Nature’
T. Garner – EN

 

The critical intersections of disability and non-normative sexualities in Spain
Paco Guzmán and Raquel (Lucas) Platero – EN

 

Exploring Ableism and Cisnormativity in the Conceptualization of Identity and Sexuality “Disorders”
Alexandre Baril and Kathryn Trevenen – EN

 

Gender, Sexuality, and Experience of Disability in Women in Southern Brazil
Marivete Gesser, Adriano Henrique Nuernberg and Maria Juracy Filgueiras Toneli – EN

 

Gênero, Sexualidade e a Experiência da Deficiência Física em Mulheres no Sul do Brasil
Marivete Gesser, Adriano Henrique Nuernberg and Maria Juracy Filgueiras Toneli – PT

 

Annual Review of Critical Psychology is an international peer-reviewed online open-access journal (ISSN 1746-739X)